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Ethics Matters October 2020 Lipscomb University is starting off the holiday season by spreading joy! Members encouraged students to stop by their craft table and decorate cards and notes of encouragement. The chapter collected more than 100 cards that will be distributed to seniors at a local nursing home. Oklahoma State University StudentCPT teamed up […]

CPT Hosts Second Lead with Integrity Series of 2020

Ethics Matters October 2020 Over the summer, the highly anticipated StudentCPT Leadership Conference was canceled due to COVID-19 concerns. The NASBA Center for the Public Trust (CPT) swiftly adjusted to the changing environment and put together the Lead with Integrity (LWI) series, a virtual leadership conference for college students. After receiving great feedback, the team […]

LEAD WITH INTEGRITY:Serving With Optimism in 2021

Ethics Matters October 2020 As we conclude this year, I am reflecting on this unusual “experience” we call 2020, and I am optimistically visualizing 2021. Yesterday, a friend told me a story of a woman sharing her goals for 2020. Unfortunately, the woman was not able to reach any of them because of the impact […]

Why the CPT Needs Your Support

Ethics Matters October 2020 To say this year has been “unique,” would be an understatement, and the adjustments we had to make due to the pandemic impacted most everyone. However, what hasn’t changed, is the role the NASBA Center for the Public Trust (CPT) plays in impacting the lives of college students to shape ethical […]

Good News:It is Important to Give Back

Ethics Matters October 2020 Despite the curves that 2020 has thrown, organizations continue to give back to communities around the country. Large and small, companies across several industries understand that when we give back to our communities and those in need, we allow everyone the opportunity to thrive. TOMS donates a pair of shoes for […]

Join the Run for What’s Right Virtual 5K Today!

Ethics Matters October 2020 Are you ready to Run for What’s Right? You still have time to show your support and join the NASBA Center for the Public Trust (CPT) for this year’s Run for What’s Right Virtual 5K. What is a virtual 5K? All you have to do is walk or run 3.1 miles […]


Ethics Matters October 2020 Tennessee Tech University’s StudentCPT chapter spring semester was cut short because of COVID-19. As a result, they did not get a chance to celebrate their Campus Being a Difference Award winners. The chapter kicked-off the new year by presenting last year’s Being a Difference Award winners with framed certificates. University of […]

New Partnership Enhances ELCP

Ethics Matters October 2020 The NASBA Center for the Public Trust is thrilled to announce a new partnership with Red Flag Mania. Red Flag Mania is a game-based investigative experience that allows students to solve true crime stories in a fun and interactive way. This learning tool will enhance the already existing Ethical Leadership Certification […]

Support the CPT by Joining the 2020 Virtual 5K

Ethics Matters October 2020 A year ago, the NASBA Center for the Public Trust (CPT) held its first ever virtual 5K. Little did CPT staff know that trendsetting virtual events would become the norm for 2020. From virtual meetings to virtual trainings, the CPT’s approach and processes have been adapted, so professionals and students continue […]


Ethics Matters October 2020 These days, it may not be ideal for me to talk about all of us being in this together. For many, the natural human need for togetherness is not being met, due to COVID-19. American citizens are formulating opinions about racial issues in our country that challenge us being together in […]